Tuesday, December 8, 2009

We are on a BREAK!

Those famous words from Ross off Friends is aptly appropriate as from today The Extra Source website is take a summer hiatus.
This website wont be updated daily until February 2010 or unless there is a huge breaking entertainment story that we must stop our holiday and report on it.
Over the past six months of The Extra Source we have been the first to break some of the world's biggest entertainment stories and have also added a second chain to the empire Extra Source Podcast which can be found here.
So we look forward to seeing you all again in the NEW YEAR where you will be able to find the best entertainment stories from Australia and around the world.
Thanks for your support and enjoy the holiday season!

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Hot Shot - Ed Westwick of Gossip Girl

by Peter Lang
Our hot shot for the day is one for the ladies. Yes it's none other than Edward Westwick from the hit TV series Gossip Girl.
For those who don't know Ed plays Chuck Bass in the series and he's a bit of a ladies man both on and off the screen it seems.
He is currently dating his co-star Jessica Szohr, so for now ladies, he's off the market, for now.
Next for Mr Westwick is the role of Heathcliff alongside Gemma Arterton in Diretor Peter Webber's adaption of Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights, release date expected to be in mid 2010.
Until then, Gossip Girl fans, you can enjoy him weekly on the little screen for some time to come.

Paranormal Activity 2 - Coming soon

by Peter Lang

With Paranormal Activity now the most successful low budget movie ever made (surpassing The Blair Witch Project in 1999) , it's no wonder Paramount Studios has already sounded out the makers of the original to produce a sequel sometime in 2010.
With box office figures for the film now well over $105 million in the US alone on a budget of just $15,000 is it any wonder they're keen for a number two.
At this stage there's still no word whether Steven Spielberg will be involved in any way with the project but there's no doubt Hollywood and audiences became a lot more interested in this independent film once Spielberg became involved. It's believed the original ending will be an option for the DVD version of the movie. Many who have seen it say it is even better than the one Spielberg came up with and which was ultimately used.
Producers are tight-lipped about a sequel but Extra Sources say a deal is only weeks away from being made official.
Let's hope they watch the sequel to Blair Witch in 2000 and don't make the same mistake twice.